Suite 2, Victoria House, 734 Albany Highway East Victoria Park, WA 6101

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2915 Albany Highway, Kelmscott, WA 6111

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Our Approach

Teeth are as unique as you are. So, when it comes to replacing missing teeth, there is no one size fits all approach.

We take the time to get to know you and understand your smile goals and needs, working with you to create a bespoke treatment plan to restore your smile.

Come meet the team and you’ll soon discover you’re at the heart of everything we do. That’s the Perth Dental Implant Centre difference.


Why Choose Dental Implants?

Dental implants are the closest available solution to natural teeth. They are considered the gold standard for restoring a smile, and can be used to replace a single tooth, several missing teeth or a full set of teeth. They can also stabilise loose-fitting dentures.

Treatment includes a new upper full denture and lower fixed implant bridge using four MIS dental implants.

Benefits of Dental Implants


  • Look, feel and function like natural teeth
  • Allow you to enjoy a nutritional diet (no food restrictions)
  • Provide superior stability and comfort
  • Prevent adjacent teeth from shifting
  • Stimulate and preserve your jawbone
  • A fixed solution that doesn’t need removing overnight
  • Enjoy a healthier-looking smile

When you choose Dr Norcross from Perth Dental Implant Centre for implant treatment, rest assured that you’re in the best of care. We’ll provide you with a high quality missing teeth solution you can afford to maintain throughout your lifetime. Contact our team to book a consultation or read more about our treatment processes below.


Treatment Process

Depending on the type of implant solution you choose, surgery and treatment processes vary in complexity, duration and cost.

Single Dental Implant Process

Treatment Process

1. Consultation & Treatment Planning – Discuss treatment goals and process, take diagnostic scans and present your treatment plan.

2. Placing your dental implants – Careful placement of the dental implant into the jaw bone using digitally guided keyhole surgery.

3. Designing your new tooth – After your implant has healed digital impressions are taken to design your new tooth.

4. Creating your new tooth – your new tooth is carefully crafted and colour matched to natural teeth by our dental lab technicians.

5. Fitting your new tooth – After they are both created, your crown and abutment are attached to your dental implant.

6. Maintaining your new smile – After six months, we check your dental implant and crown, then professionally clean and polish your teeth.


Fixed Implant Bridge Process

Fixed Implant Bridges

1. Consultation & Treatment Planning – Discuss treatment goals and process, take diagnostic scans and present your treatment plan.

2. Placing Your Dental Implants – Dental implant surgery involves removing any unwanted teeth and placing dental implants into your jaw bone.

3. Healing Phase – the implants may be left for 3-6 months to heal. During this time, you will wear temporary teeth

4. Designing your new Teeth – digital scans are taken of your mouth and implants. Our specialist lab designs your new teeth

5. Try-in of your new smile – We will try-in your new teeth to check the fit, aesthetics, bite and speech and make any necessary adjustments

6. Fitting Your Bridge – Your long-term bridge connected to your dental implants.

7. Maintaining Your Smile – Six months after your new bridge is fitted, we review treatment and professionally clean your implant bridge.

*Small bridges follow the same process as single implants.


Full Mouth Dental Implants Process


1. Consultation & Treatment Planning – Discuss treatment goals and process, take diagnostic scans and present your treatment plan.

2. Placing your dental implants – Dental implant surgery involves removing all unwanted teeth and placing dental implants into your jaw bone.

3. Aesthetic Try-In & Adjustments – 1-2 days after surgery, we will try-in your new teeth. We check your bite, aesthetics and adjust as needed.

4. Final Checks & Fit Appointment – 3-5 days after surgery, we fit the bridge and show how to clean your teeth. Your mouth is then left to heal.

5. Maintaining your new smile – After six-months, we check your dental implants and bridge, then professionally clean and polish your teeth.


Implant-Retained Denture Process

Implant-Retained Denture

1. Consultation & Treatment Planning – Discuss treatment goals and process, take diagnostic scans and present your treatment plan.

2. Making Your Custom Denture – Over several visits, we custom-make a high quality and well-fitting set of dentures.

3. Placing Your Dental Implants – First stage surgery involves removing unwanted teeth and placing dental implants into your jaw bone.

4. Review & Adjustment – One to two weeks after surgery we remove any stitches, adjust your denture and line it using a soft gel.

5. Placing Healing Caps – After 3-6 months of healing the implants are exposed and healing caps placed to allow the gum to heal around where the dentures will attach

6. Denture Abutments and Conversion – Titanium abutments replace the healing caps; impressions are taken to convert/custom-make your denture.

7. Fitting Your New Denture – We fit and attach your denture, adjust it for comfort to avoid pressure spots and show you how to clean your teeth.

8. Maintaining Your New Smile – After six-months, we check your implants and denture


Dental Implant Systems

Perth Dental Implant Centre can provide treatment using any dental implant system that a patient chooses, providing it has been approved for use in Australia by the TGA. Two well-known dental implant systems that we commonly use include:

  • Nobel BioCare (known as All-On-4®)
  • MIS Implants

Tooth Materials


We believe the most important part of an implant system is the teeth. When you receive dental implants for the first time, it’s common for your biting force to increase. Your new teeth need to be durable enough to withstand that extra force and last you for years to come.

Single Tooth Implant

  • Titanium post
  • Titanium abutment
  • Crown made of zirconia, porcelain-layered zirconia or gold alloy

Fixed Implant Bridge

  • Two or more titanium posts
  • Two or more titanium abutments
  • Bridge made of zirconia or porcelain-layered zirconia

Full Mouth Implant Bridges & All-On-4®

  • Four or more titanium posts
  • Four or more titanium abutments
  • Bridge made of titanium-reinforced acrylic, zirconia or porcelain-layered zirconia


Anxious Patients

Dental anxiety is common but it shouldn’t stop you from replacing missing or damaged teeth.


You can choose to stay awake under a local anaesthetic, with or without the help of an oral sedative for your surgery, or you can be put to sleep using IV sedation.

We can also provide treatment under general anaesthesia at South Bank Day Surgery in South Perth, if preferred. We can recommend a suitable sedation option to help keep you relaxed and comfortable:

  • Local anaesthetic
  • Oral sedation
  • Sleep dentistry (IV sedation)
  • General anaesthetic


Infection Control Measures

Infection Control Measures

We only perform treatment under strict surgical conditions that meet Australian Dental Association (ADA) infection control criteria.

Perth Dental Implant Centre is also proud to be a QIP accredited practice that meets National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards, and is committed to quality improvement, safety and quality care for patients.

Book an Initial Consultation Today

Find out if dental implants are right for you, book an initial consultation with Dr David Norcross today. Contact our Kelmscott clinic on (08) 9495 7999 or call (08) 9470 3944 for East Victoria Park.


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Frequently asked questions

There are a variety of tooth materials that can be used to make a single tooth, known as a crown or row of teeth, known as a bridge. The tooth materials we use include:

  • Titanium-reinforced acrylic (Bridges only)
  • Zirconia
  • Porcelain layered zirconia

Tooth material is an important cost component when it comes to dental implants. A back tooth needs to be strong enough to withstand chewing cycles, while a front tooth will require a higher quality and aesthetically natural material.

A dental implant is a tiny titanium post (a biocompatible material) that fuses to the jaw bone though a process called osseointegration. The integrated implant then acts as an anchor to which your dentist can attach an abutment and crown or several abutments connected to a fixed implant bridge to replace several missing teeth or all missing teeth. Dental implants can last a very long time with good oral hygiene.

Read about the consequences of tooth loss and the benefits of dental implants here.

Success rates for dental implant treatment in Australia is very high at 90-98%, according to the Australian Dental Association (ADA). Dental implant treatment completed overseas doesn’t always follow the same success and we often treat patients with failed implants. Read more about dental implants overseas. Dental implant treatment risks may include:

  • Speech problems
  • Gum tissue growth
  • Infection
  • Bone loss
  • Loose implant
  • Loose tooth
  • Tooth problems

General surgical risks and specific risks to implant surgery also apply and are discussed with you prior to treatment. Careful planning and precision surgery by a suitably qualified dentist is essential to minimising any risks of surgery.

There are hundreds of dental implant manufacturers across the world which will differ in cost and quality. At Perth Dental Implant Centre, we can place any dental implant system that a patient requests as long as it is approved for use in Australia by the TGA.

Our implant pricing packages include Nobel BioCare’s All-On-4® and MIS Implants. The type of dental implant system you choose will influence overall treatment cost, due to the difference in cost of the components.

It’s important to understand that not all implants used overseas are licensed for use in Australia and can fail because of poor quality. Read more about dental implant treatment overseas here.

It depends on whether any teeth need removing and also the condition of the gums and jawbone quality. There are different ways we manage a tooth that needs to be removed. Sometimes we may remove the tooth and wait 2-3 months before placing a dental implant. Other times, we will remove a tooth, place a bone graft material to preserve the bone, then wait longer to place the dental implant. In some cases, we may even be able to place the dental implant at the same time we remove the tooth.

Discovering which option is best for you depends on a wide variety of circumstances and each option has varying costs. The most important thing is to give the patient a successful and long-term outcome. We need to fully assess your mouth and 3D scan before we can decide on the best option for you.

The amount and quality of bone into which we can place a dental implant is different in each part of the mouth. For example, the bone at the front of the mouth can be much thinner which means a more complex treatment may be required to achieve a successful result.

Teeth at the front of the mouth may be much more visible when the patient smiles which can also make the treatment more complex. At the back of the mouth there may be more available bone and less need for an aesthetic outcome, making the treatment far simpler.

Following a 3D bone scan, we can fully assess your circumstances and come up with a unique treatment plan for the best possible results.

There may be a period of time when we need to leave the dental implant to heal before we can create your permanent crown or bridge. We’re able to provide you with a number of different temporary tooth options with different costs. If you’re having an immediate dental implant placed in the front of the mouth, it may be possible to place a crown at the same time, so you won’t go without a tooth.

We use a new and minimally invasive technique to place dental implants , using computer guided 3D printed surgical guides. This allows us to place dental implants using a form of keyhole surgery, making the process much quicker, safer and less invasive. Watch our video on keyhole surgery to see how it works.


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